Associate Professor of Finance
Barney Hartman-Glaser’s research applies contract and game theory to financial and real estate markets. He has conducted research on the consequences of private information in mortgage markets in which he showed that mortgage-backed securities issuers may cash in on their reputations by selling low-quality assets. He has also written on the incentives of mortgage originators to screen for good borrowers.
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